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Tiny Township Declares Itself A Second Amendment Sanctuary, Establishes Militia

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Holton Township, Michigan, with a population of around 2,586, has declared itself a Second Amendment Sanctuary and formed its own militia to protect residents’ Second Amendment rights.

The township aims to oppose any unconstitutional restrictions on their rights and vows to stand against laws such as red flag laws that infringe on the Second Amendment.

“Holton Township Board declares and confirms to express its intent to stand as a Sanctuary Township for Second Amendment rights, and to oppose, within the limits of the Constitution of the United States and the Commonwealth of Michigan, any efforts to unconstitutionally restrict such rights,” the resolution read.

“Holton Township will not acknowledge any new laws that are associated with red flag laws, or any other infringement of the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution. Holton Township will not acknowledge any new regulation that prohibits open carry or concealed carry,” the addendum added.

Township Supervisor Alan Jager emphasized the importance of due process and protecting residents’ rights.

“Whether they’re trying to pass something where they’re taking your rights away without you having due process. And I want you to be able to have due process,” Jager said.

“All you had to do is go to the right court: you’re going to get the judge to do it.”

“We’re not trying to skirt anything,” he added.

“We’re just trying to make it so you have a fighting chance if you ever go to court. They can’t just take your guns away because you belong to a militia like the United States government says we have a right to do.”

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